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I am unable to create the sales Order record in Nav using SSIS package. During the execution of a package. I m getting below error message:
(500) Internal Server Error. (Error Type / Reason: InternalServerError, Detailed Message: Microsoft Dynamics NAV Business Web Services attempted to issue a client callback to run page 50001 Sales Order Type as modal. Client callbacks are not supported on Microsoft Dynamics NAV Business Web Services.
When I create the same record manually then the Popup appears to select the Sales Order Type field and after selecting field value the record gets created in NAV.
But in SSIS package I did not find the way to fill Sales Order type field value and package failed with an above error message.
For other entity where no popup appears during manual creation, the SSIS package executes properly.
Thanks in advance!!!!
Dialog boxes, popup boxes, form open are not allowed in the web services, you need to add GUIALLOWED condition if you have them and add the logic accordingly for the web services
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